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23/06/2011
4:2 (3:2)
  • Souleymane COULIBALY (23' 37' 41' PEN 69')
  • Kenneth ZOHORE (9')
  • Viktor FISCHER (32')

Summary

Rampant Coulibaly blows Denmark away
Côte d'Ivoire’s Souleymane Coulibaly emerged as one of the potential stars of Mexico 2011 with a fantastic four-goal performance as the Ivorians beat Denmark 4-2 on Thursday. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Alain GOUAMENE (CIV)
(DEN) Thomas FRANK

Officials

Referee: Elmer BONILLA (SLV)Assistant Referee 1: Keytzel CORRALES (NCA)Assistant Referee 2: Octavio JARA (CRC)Fourth official: Diego ABAL (ARG)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 9)


Latest Comments:
babyelephant
26/06/2011 at 00:29
A star is born! What a feeling to watch Souleymane,the Great. AB-USA
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igle99
24/06/2011 at 23:04
igle99 (Denmark)
First of all - congratulations to the Elephants - can't remember the last time Denmark conceeded 4 goals :/ Anyways - african teams always need to do something about their goalkeepers - they won't do well at the World cup until they solve that problem...
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divakm
24/06/2011 at 10:00
divakm (Zimbabwe)
Congrats to the Ivorians for raising Africa High Up, Watch out for Congo, They are surprise package
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Statistics

33Shots9
11Corner kicks5
1Yellow cards4
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
49%Possession (%)51%
  • Ivory Coast captain Jean Thome (far right) leads the celebatations for Souleymane Coulibaly's (far left) fourth goal
  • Souleymane Coulibaly of Ivory Coast scores
  • Souleymane Coulibaly #19 of Ivory Coast celebrates with team-mates Drissa Diarrassouba, Ibrahim Coulibaly and Victorien Angban
  • Souleymane Coulibaly #19 of Ivory Coast celebrates his fourth goal with Victorien Angban
  • Souleymane Coulibaly #19 of Ivory Coast celebrates his fourth goal with Ibrahima Bah and Jean Kouassi
  • Souleymane Coulibaly of Ivory Coast is challenged by Patrick Jensen of Denmark
"Côte d’Ivoire were amazing. If they continue this performance, they are going to win the World Cup. Actually, I think they must be the favorites," Denmark coach Thomas Frank.